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Mar 20, 2013 7:00am EDT
] >> translator: urbanization is a complex and a big project. this will trigger profound changes in our economy and society. it needs to be supported by integrated reforms in many different areas. we need to overcome the problems that might crop up in the course of urbanization. i know that according to the statistics currently available, there are about 500 suggestions and proposals, about urbanization made during the npc and cbbc seat session. we were you all of them very carefully and pursue urbanization in a steady, acted and a prudent way. [speaking chineseway. >> nowadays, food safety has become very, very serious issue. we can see the sky in beijing this weekend. is it possible for the chinese development, to solve this problem while maintaining the speed of economic development? and will it give more space for chinese people to monitor this issue? thank you. [speaking chinese] [speaking chinese] [speaking chinese] [speaking chinese] [speaking chinese] >> translator: i said earlier that we want to fully upgrade the chinese economy. that's also includes that in the course of d
Mar 27, 2013 7:00am EDT
misjudgments he may have subsequently committed. i hope jim would not mind if i changed only two words in that quote, to let some of whittaker chambers. who, through an act of singular moral courage, earned absolution for any misjudgments he may previously have committed. thanks for your attention. [applause] >> thank you very much. and mr. evans, we'll go into about 3:45 with questions and answers. >> thank you. first of all, it's a pleasure to be back. i had many a class in this building and i'm pleased to say it's exactly the same as it was 60 years ago. [laughter] some things do not change. further touch of nostalgia, i was a freshman year when god and man at ale came out. i read it at the time. everyone was in a complete roar against it, although no one had read it. [laughter] for i did read and said this is exactly what is going on here. and so that was my introduction to bill buckley. home again that when i still an undergraduate, he was a friend of mine for those many years, until he passed away recently. and i, the last time i took the train up from washington to connecticut i
Mar 6, 2013 7:00am EST
we've heard today is what we hear every single wednesday. they will not support one single change to welfare. they won't support reform housing benefits. they didn't even support it would have housing benefit away from people charging 100,000 pounds a year. they wouldn't support changes to child benefit. they won't support any changes to dla. it will support changes to council tax benefit. they have opposed 83 billion pounds of welfare savings, and that is the point. they have to admit that their policy is to put up borrowing. they have nothing to offer, only debt, debt, and more debt. >> thank you, mr. speaker. forgive me. [laughter] i was taken by surprise. thank you, mr. speaker. on the eighth of march, and this may surprise some members even more, on the eighth of march we celebrate international women's day. with the prime minister join me in calling upon the indian and pakistani governments to do more to uphold the rights of women and to advance the gender agenda? >> i think my honorable friend is absolute right to raise this and i think there are some particular issues we shou
Mar 13, 2013 7:00am EDT
is obviously a change of technologies, but it's going to get the kind of rural broadband deployment that i think many of us all want to see, this is going to have to be a component. >> what i heard you say is that there shouldn't be any backsliding. >> yes, that's right. >> and i completely agree spend my time is up. i just want to also echo comments i think so my other colleagues at me, and i know it opens up an enormous can of worms, but with the marketplace and technology moving so quickly, at some point a broader-based, looking at reworking of -- i think not to be the subject of this committee, at least starting down that path. it may not happen overnight, but great, great potential so i think the chairman and thank the committee and the commission members for being here. >> senator klobuchar. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman. thank you to the commissioners have come to minnesota in the last year or so, including the chairman and commissioner rosenworcel, as well as commissioner clyburn, and you're invited as well, commissioner mcdowell. thank you, commissioner pai, thank yo
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